Current Climate Warming Trend and Call to Action
The current warming trend is tracking closely with the worst case scenario that was modeled by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). To view a 2 min. introductory video about this topic, expected impacts of this trend and what can be done about it, click on the image below:
To view more information about these topics, you can view video recordings of sessions from our conference about climate, security, solutions and finance (CSSF) hosted on May 18th & 19th, 2021 called “Impacts of Climate Change on Human Security: What Can Be Done?” in these three different ways:
- Webpages with videos of sessions along with links to more detailed information: CSSF Conference 2021 Summary
- Playlist of YouTube Videos of the sessions: CSSF Conference 2021 YouTube Playlist.
- Our conference website that includes links to all the videos: CSSF Conference 2021 Website.
If you watch the above video and/or the conference sessions on human security, you will likely agree that there is an urgent need for very large-scale action on climate change. To help build broad-based support for this level of action on a sustained basis, we ask you to share information about the need for and benefits this scale of action including sharing the social media postings shown below:
- Postings about “Impacts of climate change on human security”: Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
- Postings about “Climate Solutions That Can Be Implemented on a Global Scale”: Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
- Postings about “Financing Climate Action on a Global Scale”: Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
To keep up with information about how to help build broad-based support for very large scale climate action on a sustained basis, please follow us on: Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and/or Instagram. As well, please be sure to tag us and use #ClimateSAN when sharing information about this conference and our other related activities.
If you want to explore these topics with your friends and/or family, we invite you to host a friendly kitchen table climate conversation with them. This informal way of creating awareness about climate change was developed by ClimateFast. To learn more, visit the Kitchen Table Climate Conversation (KTCC) website.